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Plastic Part Design for Injection Molding

Plastic Part Design for Injection Molding Author Robert A. Malloy
ISBN-10 1569901295
Release 1994
Pages 460
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The goal of the book is to assist the designer in the development of parts that are functional, reliable, manufacturable, and aesthetically pleasing. Since injection molding is the most widely used manufacturing process for the production of plastic parts, a full understanding of the integrated design process presented is essential to achieving economic and functional design goals. Features over 425 drawings and photographs.



Plastic Part Design for Injection Molding

Plastic Part Design for Injection Molding Author Robert A. Malloy
ISBN-10 3446404686
Release 2011
Pages 549
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The goal of the book is to assist the designer in the development of parts that are functional, reliable, manufacturable, and aesthetically pleasing. Since injection molding is the most widely used manufacturing process for the production of plastic parts, a full understanding of the integrated design process presented is essential to achieving economic and functional design goals. Features over 425 drawings and photographs. Contents: Introduction to Materials. Manufacturing Considerations for Injection Molded Parts. The Design Process and Material Selection. Structural Design Considerations. Prototyping and Experimental Stress Analysis. Assembly of Injection Molded Plastic Parts. Conversion Constants.



Plastic Part Design for Injection Molding

Plastic Part Design for Injection Molding Author Robert A. Malloy
ISBN-10 1569904367
Release 2011
Pages 549
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The goal of the book is to assist the designer in the development of parts that are functional, reliable, manufacturable, and aesthetically pleasing. Since injection molding is the most widely used manufacturing process for the production of plastic parts, a full understanding of the integrated design process presented is essential to achieving economic and functional design goals. Features over 425 drawings and photographs.



Injection Mold Design Engineering

Injection Mold Design Engineering Author David O. Kazmer
ISBN-10 9781569905715
Release 2016-04-11
Pages 553
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This book provides a structured methodology and scientific basis for engineering injection molds. The topics are presented in a top-down manner, beginning with introductory definitions and the big picture before proceeding to layout and detailed design of molds. The book provides very pragmatic analysis with worked examples that can be readily adapted to real-world product design applications. It will help students and practitioners to understand the inner workings of injection molds and encourage them to think outside the box in developing innovative and highly functional mold designs. This new edition has been extensively revised with new content that includes more than 80 new and revised figures and tables, coverage of development strategy, 3D printing, in-mold sensors, and practical worksheets, as well as a completely new chapter on the mold commissioning process, part approval, and mold maintenance.



The Complete Part Design Handbook

The Complete Part Design Handbook Author E. Alfredo Campo
ISBN-10 1569903751
Release 2006-01-01
Pages 870
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This indispensable, all inclusive reference guide to plastic part design is compiled with the product designer in mind, who is looking for more detailed information on plastic resins, the rules and geometries underlying their use in product design, and the advantages and limitations of their use in industrial applications. The designer will also find valuable advice on resin and tool selection and processing parameters that will allow fast and successful product development and manufacture. Thousands of hours of research and cross-referencing have gone into the completion of this work. In addition, the hands-on knowledge of a plastics expert with more than 35 years experience incorporated in this handbook makes it in invaluable tool for any product designer facing the challenges of our global plastics industry.



The Secrets of Building a Plastic Injection Molding Machine

The Secrets of Building a Plastic Injection Molding Machine Author Vincent R. Gingery
ISBN-10 9781878087522
Release 2015-11-30
Pages 128
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Here is a book that brings the art of plastic injection molding to the home shop level. Working with plastics can be a fun and profitable hobby. If you have ever wanted to produce custom made plastic parts or just want to know how it’s done then this book is for you. Included are complete step by step instructions on how to build a small inexpensive table top injection molding machine capable of injecting up to 1/2 ounce of plastic into a mold. Sources for plastic will be those things normally thrown away. Stuff like plastic milk jugs, soda pop bottles, plastic oil cans etc. You will learn the basic principles of injection molding and how to design and make your own molds. Begin by making a simple mold to test the machine. Then a mold for a plastic knob that will be used on the machine. Progress to a mold for a small plastic container with a snap lid. It won’t be long before you will be creating new products of your own design. I’ll even show you how to cast replacements for broken or missing plastic parts. Just think of the possibilities. And the finished items you make will turn out so nice and look so professional that it will be hard to believe you made them yourself. Construction is simple and straight forward, but it will require basic metal working knowledge and access to a metal lathe and a drill press along with other hand and power tools associated with metal working and machine work in general.



Injection Molding Handbook

Injection Molding Handbook Author Tim A. Osswald
ISBN-10 1569904200
Release 2008
Pages 764
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The Injection Molding Handbook provides engineers, professionals and other involved in this important industry sector with a thorough up-to-date overview of injection molding processing equipment and techniques, including the basic fundamental information on chemistry, physics, material science and process engineering. It covers all components of the injection molding machine and the various process steps. Topics directly affecting injection molding, such as material selection, process control, simulation, design and troubleshooting complete this reference book for the injection molder. The updated second edition handbook presents a well-rounded overview of the underlying theory governing the various injection molding processes without loosing its practical flavor.



Injection Molding

Injection Molding Author Gerd Pötsch
ISBN-10 1569904197
Release 2008
Pages 246
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This book provides an overview of the injection molding process and all its related aspects, such as material behavior, machine and mold design. Although the book is highly useful to advanced professionals, it is written in clear, simple language to enable beginners to understand the technology. In discussing the various operations related to the injection molding process, emphasis is placed on practical ways of processing and using plastics. This edition is expanded to include all industrially relevant special injection molding techniques developed since the publication of the first edition.



Handbook of Molded Part Shrinkage and Warpage

Handbook of Molded Part Shrinkage and Warpage Author Jerry Fischer
ISBN-10 9781455730575
Release 2012-12-31
Pages 292
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How easy life would be if only moldings were the same size and shape as the mold. But they never are, as molders, toolmakers, designers and end users know only too well. Shrinkage means that the size is always different; warpage often changes the shape too. The effects are worse for some plastics than others. Why is that? What can you do about it? The Handbook of Molded Part Shrinkage and Warpage is the first and only book to deal specifically with this fundamental problem. Jerry Fischer’s Handbook explains in plain terms why moldings shrink and warp, shows how additives and reinforcements change the picture, sets out the effect of molding process conditions, and explains why you never can have a single ‘correct’ shrinkage value. It goes on to demonstrate how to alleviate the problem through careful design of the molded part and the mold, and by proper material selection. It also examines computer-aided methods of forecasting shrinkage and warpage. And most important of all, the Handbook gives you the data you need to work with. . Authoritative and rooted in extensive industrial experience, the expert guidance contained in this handbook offers practical understanding to novices, and new insights to readers already skilled in the art of injection molding and mold making. Contains the answers to common problems and detailed advice on how to control mold and post-mold shrinkage and warpage. Case Studies illustrate and enrich the text; Data tables provide the empirical data that is essential for success, but hard to come by.



Runner and Gating Design Handbook

Runner and Gating Design Handbook Author John P. Beaumont
ISBN-10 1569904219
Release 2007
Pages 308
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The staggering growth rates in plastics production and applications increase the demand for meaningful measuring and analysis methods in polymer testing. The advances in electronic measuring techniques led to further developments in classic testing methods as well as to completely new methods. This book describes the significance of characteristic data for the quantification of the interrelationship between microstructure and macroscopic properties.



Applied Plastics Engineering Handbook

Applied Plastics Engineering Handbook Author Myer Kutz
ISBN-10 9780323390415
Release 2016-09-15
Pages 784
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Applied Plastics Engineering Handbook: Processing, Materials, and Applications, Second Edition, covers both the polymer basics that are helpful to bring readers quickly up-to-speed if they are not familiar with a particular area of plastics processing and the recent developments that enable practitioners to discover which options best fit their requirements. New chapters added specifically cover polyamides, polyimides, and polyesters. Hot topics such as 3-D printing and smart plastics are also included, giving plastics engineers the information they need to take these embryonic technologies and deploy them in their own work. With the increasing demands for lightness and fuel economy in the automotive industry (not least due to CAFÉ standards), plastics will soon be used even further in vehicles. A new chapter has been added to cover the technology trends in this area, and the book has been substantially updated to reflect advancements in technology, regulations, and the commercialization of plastics in various areas. Recycling of plastics has been thoroughly revised to reflect ongoing developments in sustainability of plastics. Extrusion processing is constantly progressing, as have the elastomeric materials, fillers, and additives which are available. Throughout the book, the focus is on the engineering aspects of producing and using plastics. The properties of plastics are explained, along with techniques for testing, measuring, enhancing, and analyzing them. Practical introductions to both core topics and new developments make this work equally valuable for newly qualified plastics engineers seeking the practical rules-of-thumb they don't teach you in school and experienced practitioners evaluating new technologies or getting up-to-speed in a new field. Presents an authoritative source of practical advice for engineers, providing guidance from experts that will lead to cost savings and process improvements Ideal introduction for both new engineers and experienced practitioners entering a new field or evaluating a new technology Updated to include the latest technology, including 3D Printing, smart polymers, and thorough coverage of biopolymers and biodegradable plastics



Understanding Product Design for Injection Molding

Understanding Product Design for Injection Molding Author Herbert Rees
ISBN-10 1569902100
Release 1996
Pages 116
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This primer offers assistance when selecting the proper material for any product and determining whether injection molding is the process best suited for the application.



Mold Engineering

Mold Engineering Author Herbert Rees
ISBN-10 1569903220
Release 2002
Pages 688
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Stepped guidelines are supplied for the design of molds, from product drawing to complete mold assembly. Emphasis is given to the relationship between mold performance, productivity, and mold life.



Total Quality Process Control for Injection Molding

Total Quality Process Control for Injection Molding Author M. Joseph Gordon, Jr.
ISBN-10 0470584483
Release 2010-03-25
Pages 796
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The all-encompassing guide to total quality process control for injection molding In the same simple, easy-to-understand language that marked the first edition, Total Quality Process Control for Injection Molding, Second Edition lays out a successful plan for producing superior plastic parts using high-quality controls. This updated edition is the first of its kind to zero in on every phase of the injection molding process, the most commonly used plastics manufacturing method, with an all-inclusive strategy for excellence. Beginning with sales and marketing, then moving forward to cover finance, purchasing, design, tooling, manufacturing, assembly, decorating, and shipping, the book thoroughly covers each stage to illustrate how elevated standards across individual departments relate to result in the creation of a top-notch product. This Second Edition: Details ways to improve plastic part design and quality Includes material and process control procedures to monitor quality through the entire manufacturing system Offers detailed information on machinery and equipment and the implementation of quality assurance methods—content that is lacking in similar books Provides problem-analysis techniques and troubleshooting procedures Includes updates that cover Six Sigma, ISO 9000, and TS 16949, which are all critical for quality control; computer-guided process control techniques; and lean manufacturing methods With proven ways to problem-solve, increase performance, and ensure customer satis-faction, this valuable guide offers the vital information today's managers need to plan and implement quality process control—and produce plastic parts that not only meet, but surpass expectations.



Plastics Manufacturing Systems Engineering

Plastics Manufacturing Systems Engineering Author David O. Kazmer
ISBN-10 3446420142
Release 2009
Pages 502
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"Plastics manufacturing is a highly interdisciplinary endeavor requiring knowledge related to materials science, physics, engineering, and management. This book was written to educate and support plastics processing engineers, but is also highly useful to others involved with plastics manufacturing who are performing process development, research, and even machinery design"--Provided by publisher.



Handbook of Plastic Optics

Handbook of Plastic Optics Author Stefan Bäumer
ISBN-10 9783527635450
Release 2011-02-10
Pages 308
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A coherent overview of the current status of injection molded optics, describing in detail all aspects of plastic optics, from design issues to production technology and quality control. This updated second edition is supplemented by a chapter on the equipment and process of injection wells as well as a look at recent applications. The contributors, each one a leading expert in their discipline, have either a background in or strong ties to the industry, thus combining a large amount of practical experience. With its focus firmly set on practical applications, this is an indispensable reference for all those working in optics research and development.



The First Snap Fit Handbook

The First Snap Fit Handbook Author Paul R. Bonenberger
ISBN-10 9781569906798
Release 2017-01-16
Pages 412
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The ‘system level’ knowledge and design skills needed to create good snap-fit interfaces existed in the minds of self-taught snap-fit experts but was not captured in the literature. New designers of plastic parts wishing to use snap-fit had nowhere to turn unless they were fortunate enough to have access to an experienced snap-fit designer. This book organizes and presents all design aspects of snap-fits with an emphasis on the systems level thinking required to create world-class attachments. Beginning, as well as experienced, product designers will find the information they need to develop snap-fits more efficiently and avoid many common snap-fit problems. The third edition has been thoroughly revised to include new case histories and applications. The text has been extensively rewritten for clarity and user-friendliness and there are many new figures with expert explanations.